Grateful Dead Live at Buckeye Lake Music Center on 1993-06-11
Foolish Heart ->
The Same Thing
Lazy River Road
Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues ->
When I Paint My Masterpiece
So Many Roads
The Promised Land
Eyes Of The World
Playing In The Band ->
Uncle John's Band ->
The Wheel ->
All Along The Watchtower ->
Black Peter ->
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Buckeye Lake Music CenterLocation Hebron, OHSource Schoeps CMC32 (8' Split Omni's) -> Oade Power Supply -> Panasonic sv255 - 7' StandLineage DAT Master > TASCAM DA-20 > M-Audio FireWire solo > Soundforge 8.0 wavTaped by Recorded by Todd Evans, Adam Gross and Bill PobegaTransferred by Jamie Waddell
almost no editing done, save for about 12 seconds of loud crowd screams on either end. A very nice show, especially second set when the energetic crowd settles down. Enjoy.
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Listen carefully during Eyes (right channel) ... you'll hear a guy shout
"I NEED A CONDOM" ... I look over and see a guy fully naked
(at full staff with flag flying high) ... what does not really come through
(thankfully) on the tape is that the guy is screaming I want to make love
to Jerry Garcia ... truly a head full of dosed snakes ... security comes
down with a plastic wrap (blanket?) that they wrap around the guy, pick
him up on their shoulders and carry him away ... I know nothing to do
with the music ... but one of the bizarre events that were always
happening at shows. - Todd
March 3, 2014
Another in a string of excellent shows.
April 10, 2011
sun is shining weather is sweet...
This show smokes. The first show of my first summer tour and the ideal venue and show. Buckeye was out in the country and you parked in grassy fields and it was all general admission with trees inside. They let us party in the lot until the sun came up the next morning, very chill scene. One of the better summer tour venues they played in the stadium era.
Raging Jack Straw into sugar sweet Foolish Heart to open. In fact, this is one of my favorite Foolish Hearts, Jerry just keeps the final jam going and going, he doesnt want it to end. This JS>Foolish Heart is one of the better one/two openers around, right up there with the Dancin>Bird Song from 7-15-84. The rest of the set is average songs well played and closes with a heartfelt So Many Roads into a smokin' Promised Land with Vince doing some boogie-woogie piano runs to the delight of the crowd.
Second set opens with the perfect summer evening tune, a workmanlike Eyes, shades of 6-10-73, right outside this lazy summer home... Eyes flows into the classic Playin>Uncle Johns combo, ultra-smooth transition and both are played to the hilt. Even the Corrina rocks w/ a smoldering jam into Drumz, one of the better versions of this much maligned tune. Trippy space leads into a hoppin Wheel, then the obligitory Watchtower. Black Peter is a real powerhouse with Jerry in fine form and Vince playing some nice organ. Blazing Sugar Mags brings the house down.
The Brokedown encore is picture perfect, I can still feel the cool summer breeze when I listen.
Just look at the setlist folks, this is what dreams are made of.
This is a really crisp aud with lots of full bass, not the best 90s aud on here but very listenable.
4 stars for crisp aud.
4+ for classic summertime setlist(I'd give it 5 if it werent for some average versions of oft played tunes in the middle of 1st set)
4+ for playing
August 11, 2010
Holy Phil! let's get the set list right, ok?
Holy Phil!! Mega bass.
If I had a subwoofer I think my house
would have collapsed by now.
There's a lot of crowd noise during
Jack Straw, but that's cool,
reminds me of being there.
This (mostly one guy)
seems to calm down a bit
after Foolish Heart.
Sometimes I felt the crowd was louder
than the PA when I was at the shows, so
it kind of makes sense.
I think this seed would probably get
more downloads if
the set list were noted correctly
Track 1 should be "Crowd 1"
or something like that
should also be a "crowd" track.
Once that it taken care of
then the song titles actually match
the music, which makes it a lot better. :-)
Of course, you can do that at home (kids),
why not have it done right in the first place?